March 12, 2018
Whether you live in an area that recognizes Daylight Savings Time or not, keeping up with these important chores can prevent major problems.
For those of you who do live in an area that recognizes Daylight Savings Time, remember to set your clocks ahead one hour on Sunday, March 11, 2018 at 2:00 AM (we recommend setting your clocks forward before you go to bed).
Luckily, items like your computer and cell phone will automatically update with the time change. As for the rest of your appliances - well, it’s not so simple. As you are updating the time on your coffee maker and DVD player, here are some important chores to keep in mind:
For more fun facts about DST, check out health.usnews.com!
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